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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Holy Week celebrations, the most important event for Christians, have been adapted due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Celebrations of the so-called "Good Friday" were held indoors throughout the country, with the faithful connected to cell phones, tablets, television and radio to remotely follow part of the celebrations.

In the Catholic Church, the foot-washing Mass, traditionally held on Thursday, April 9th, to represent the moment when Jesus Christ washed the feet of his disciples, was suspended in much of the country. In São Paulo, Archbishop and Cardinal Odilo Pedro Scherer sent a . . .

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